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reform. even to talk about trayvon martin. it's not right. joining me now, krystal ball and joan walsh. chris krystal, are you surprised just eight days after the bombing you're hearing stuff like this from a top republican like lindsey graham. >> the only thing you need to know about lindsey gram right now is that he's running for re-election. even though he knows better, even though he knows that dzhokhar, for example, is not going to be tried as an enemy combatant, even though he knows his allegations against the president are ridiculous, it's a way of him scoring political points. i'll say, you know, i don't think there's anything wrong as you were pointing out asking questions about, okay, did the fbi follow the right course here? >> the investigation. >> absolutely. but when you go for this nakedly political point instead, you actually undermine those sorts of honest investigations. because it turns it into political football rather than a real inquiry into what happened and if there was anything we could do or anything we could learn. >> i think, joan, there is a legitimate ques
chief of mother jones who broke this story. and krystal ball from "the cycle" here on msnbc. first, thank you both for joining me tonight. >> thanks, reverend. >> good to be with you. >> david, the fbi is now investigating these tapes. and today mcconnell's campaign released a statement saying, quote, we've always said the left will stop at nothing to attack senator mcconnell. but nixonian tactics to bug campaign headquarters is above and beyond. i mean, what's your response to that? was this bugging? is this some nixonian scheme? >> well, to begin with, we contacted mcconnell's office and his campaign over a day ago before putting the story up to see if they'd have any response. we never heard from them. even today after all this he, mitch mcconnell, won't respond to the substance of the story. instead, he said this was a watergate style bugging operation. the source who gave me the tapes has asked for a confidentiality. has asked to remain anonymous. therefore, i can't get into too many details about the origin of the tapes for fear of giving out any hints or clues about the iden
whose message is all over the place. joining me now, krystal ball and abbie huntsman. thank you both for being on the show. >> thanks for having us, reverend. >> krystal, there's a serious point here. this split is part of the civil war going on in the gop right now. do you agree? >> i absolutely agree. i think o'reilly and limbaugh are interesting proxies for the debate at large going on with the republican party. and for limbaugh it's no surprise that he's sort of trying to hold on to those old positions. not only does he, as he always does, see his market opportunity, this is his niche, this is who he needs to play to, but in large part when the republican party is talking about a rebranding, they are talking about rebranding themselves away from thinkers like rush limbaugh. i mean, he has been mentioned specifically in some instances, particularly the kind of offensive language that he's used towards women. so, of course, he is not on board with any sort of republican party rebranding. because that erodes his power that he's held for decades now. >> abby, you know this crowd pret
for politicians to listen. joining me now, krystal ball and david corn. thank you both for being here. >> thanks for having us. >> my pleasure. >> krystal, let me ask you, can the president apply enough shame and political pressure on the republicans to force them to act on these budget cuts? >> i'm hopeful. i'm an optimistic person, and i'm hopeful. but i think it's going to take a lot more of what he did today. frankly, the republican position on the sequester has been dizzying. at first they hated it. it was a sledge ma'hammer. it was going to be devastate ing. then they decided they liked it. now they decided these parts of it they don't like and they're going to blame the president for that piece. i think he really has to keep highlighting what the sequester means not just to air travel, but to a whole gamut of really important as much ass. as you pointed out in the lead, i think this is so important. you know, the people who are depending on meals on wheels, the people who are depending on head start, they don't have expensive lobbyists as you said, they don't have superpacs. they have the
in the attack. lillian's granddaughter, krystal campbell, was one of the victims. lillian says the nightmare will never be over. >> a grandmother is not supposed to bury their young children. >> krystal campbell's family says she worked long hours as a restaurant manager. they say the 29-year-old often went to watch the runners cross the finish line and was standing with her friends when the blast occurred. >>> the city began its healing today with baseball. the boston red sox played the game postponed by last night's manhunt. the players wore special uniforms for the occasion. >> this jersey that we wear today, it doesn't say red sox. it says boston! >> cbs reporter elaine, on the emotional game that was about more than baseball. >> reporter: the pregame ceremony was moving. public announcer henry set the tone. >> we are boston. we are strong. we are boston strong! >> reporter: there was a moment of silence for the injured and those still hospitalized. and then cheers as the boston marathon volunteers marched onto the field. four people were honored, saying they represented the spirit, toug
ate that peach in the doin it, doin it well video. remember he had that peach. krystal remembers that well. >> do you remember that? then you need to calm down. this is so sad and so offensive and there is the desire, and i think you're saying s. e. cupp, that people want it feel, which i can't get down with, is can we give thep the a for effort and we should try to bridge these cultural differences and have these conversations. so you feel bad about beating up on someone who tries to take a risk. they take a risk and failed miserableably. just to echo the important point toure made, we don't bridge anything when we minimize the history of institutional racism and slavery in this country. ll has his freedom of speech. but i cannot understand for the life of me that he can go along with a statement that said, you don't like my fashion, you don't like my do rag so i will balance out the do rag with 400 years of slavery and crimes of humanity. >> they are not the same. >> it is not a good dal balance. i don't need to tell ll that. that is not my job. my job is to eat the peach. and
birthday. that's krystal ball's personal favorite. the national journal summed up all the redesigned action as just get buzz feed. >> can i pose a question? >> go ahead. >>> how do we say this? >> say what? >> g-i-f. >> we took this to buzz feed today. >> we took it to them and apparently he pronounces it with a hard g but the official pronunciation, gif. >> while we're asking the hard questions here -- >> the hard g questions. >> what is a gif? >> it is like a little animation that moves. >> that's right. in case anyone at home is not a buzz feed fan. let's make sure we design our terms. a little animation. >> we nailed it. we are two for two on the questions. to the politics, this is is a real thing that the congressional committee for the republicans are doing. you can go and look at i. they are spending -- >> you can go and look at it. >> it is on the internet. but they are spending their money and time trying to develop a whole web portal that is more fun, more cool, young republican sticky is what they call this online meaning you see it, you love it so much, you want to share it. you
panel now. krystal ball and toure are one-half of "the cycle" which appears just before this show. they're jealous for more airtime. angela rye is a political strategist, principle of impact strategies. we're delighted, angela, you've joined us. for that reason, i'm going to start with toure. i have a very simple question for you, toure. why do so many conservatives say such ludicrous things about same-sex marriage? i mean, louie gohmert goes to bed every night dreaming about, what, having sex with donkeys? what's the issue here? >> i have to scrub that image out of my head. i don't know how i'm going to do that. it begins with a religious descent to same-sex marriage which makes them say this is immoral, which makes them link it to other immoral things. >> there's no way in the old testament or new testament where humans are having sex with donkeys. i don't understand what you're talking about. >> i haven't read the whole thing. >> i have. >> when you talk about if this is immoral, we're going to say let's link it to other immoral things. the nation has moved fairly quickly on this iss
, god bless you. god bless the united states of america. >> krystal ball, sounds simple when he talks about it. we are trying to find a balance. there's a right to bear arms, a right to life. >> that's right, 90% of americans think it would be reasonable to have at least a background check before you exercise your right to bear arms. one thing that was clear to me in this speech, has been clear to us all along, has not been clear to everyone, that the president's engagement on gun control is not some political tactic, some chess move. this is an issue that he cares deeply about and is willing to use his political capital, as much as he possibly can, to get something done. now, will we actually get something done? it's not looking great in terms of universal background checks, but i have to say on an issue where 90%, 9 out of 10 americans support universal background checks, if republicans block this at this moment, they may be able to do that in the short term, but if there's no long term price to be paid for that, we don't have a democracy in this country. >> ari, the right to life,
. and my colleague, chris krystal ball, co-host of the "the cycle." >> i'm keen to hear your assessment of mr. o'reilly. these sound like the crumbling thoughts of an individual who finds the modern world absolutely too much to bear. >> absolutely right. what's interesting, he strapped in the paradox of nostalgia. it's a paradox because you're never present. you're looking toward a golden age that never existed. and you're looking forward to a future that can replicate that past and you're missing what's going on today. things were pretty rough for a lot of people. not just african-american people. ask women. ask the gender question. if women were on equal footing to men. when father knew best. when robert montgomery walked into the room, women were subordinate to men. think about it this way. mr. o'reilly did acknowledge african-american people and other minorities didn't have it as good. of course, they didn't. lassie had a show. mr. ed had a show. rin tin tin had a show. nat king cole couldn't get a show. >> even though he could play the piano better than anybody else and had the voi
us now is krystal ball, my colleague and the co-host of "the cycle" and lois melli in melling. that january poll said that 70% do not want to touch roe v. wade. they don't want it overturned. at the same time, we see politicians at the state level doing the diametric opposite. what's going on? >> it's a crazy period. it is a war on women. and we see politicians acting, extreme politicians working to outlaw abortion and outlaw the clinics that -- they're clearly playing to their base, not the public. when you talk to the public, you get 70% reaffirm roe v. wade, the decision that upheld the right to abortion. when you put a vote out to the voters in mississippi, south dakota, the voters reaffirm they don't want abortion. >> yet state after state after state we see doing these kinds of things. >> it's a measure of the extreme. it's the extreme politicians playing to their base. >> right. krystal, let me play you something else paul ryan said. here, he's actually talking about crisis pregnancy centers funded by anti-choice factions. just take a listen to this. >> these centers se
, tell me about krystal campbell. what was she like? >> krystal campbell was definitely one of my favorite restaurant managers. i've been working in restaurants over five years and i've never met a manager who worked harder than krystal and kept such a beautiful face. she had a smile everywhere she went. any time you needed to talk to her, she would talk to you. >> that's one of the things her mom said. she smiled. >> that smile. very special. i mean -- we had a lot of memories together, working on the harbor islands, and i mean, working on those islands is tough. we had to do so much hard work. and she was the one person who put together and made sure everything got done the right way. >> i know you went to her wake to pay your respects. it must have been nice to see the outpouring of people. the line stretched down the block. so many people who loved her. >> it was very hard. i mean, i hadn't left my house until that day. i've been home. i haven't been able to really think or much -- do anything, really. it's hard to think something like this could happen in boston. it's a sense
cycle" management is too cheap to pay for a picture of a pregnant krystal for now, a new one of non-pregnant krystal after june -- i certainly don't want to remain pregnant krystal indefinitely -- we had to settle this. ari takes a picture. there it is. we photoshop it in. >> very kremlin. >> you are really into what toure is saying. >> it's like you were there. >> when they staged that picture, they told me, just pretend it's not toure there. >> and one of our viewers also had an idea. he said, just put ari's head on kornacki's body. but we decided to do the full ari. so, welcome. we are very glad to have you. >> thank you. >> i'm so-so. >> s.e. is on the fence. >> give me time. >> in the spirit of the famous question posed to bill clinton, boxers or briefs, we figured we would give you a few this or that questions -- >> i don't want to know the answer to that. >> i didn't know we were doing this. >> he doesn't know the questions. my questions are lame and political. theirs are probably funny. immigration or gun control? >> immigration. >> okay. >> i didn't know either/or -- >> bec
're a [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. >> joining me now is my colleague and co-host of "the cycle" krystal ball. krystal, you yourself are a former division 1 athlete. you're a swimmer. there are few workplaces in the world where that kind of conduct would be allowed. so why did the rutgers athletic director think it was okay in december when he first learned about it? >> it's unbelievable. i mean, i think if he knew initially that the video would be made public, he would have made a very different decision. and that's really the standard that you have to hold yourself to. if the parents of these kids knew that this was what was going on, if the public knew that this was what was going on, how would they expect you and want you to behave? of course, it's obvious that someone using this sort of language and this sort of abusive techniques to try to apparently get the best out of his players, which i also think -- >> physical violence, too. >> -- is absurd, physical violence with this kind of out of control anger which he showed on the court, by the way, as well. it wasn't a huge surprise. it was obvious
hillary clinton. [ applause ] hillary clinton, that's a fact. >> krystal ball, fun to watch him live. he got that quick so fast. look at the polling about hillary and joe biden. hillary clinton polling 64%, joe biden at 18% if you matched them as candidates. elizabeth warren 5, andrew cuomo, 3. everyone not named hillary clinton on the poll has a lot to think about here. >> yeah. i mean, if hillary runs, and i think she will run, she's certainly setting herself up. >> she's running, she's already running. >> i'm glad we're there. >> we don't fall for the masquerade. >> i don't think most of those individuals decide to run even if she's in the race, or if they do, it is a way to get their name out there for a future contest. joe biden, i can't imagine biden and hillary, head to head, he would step back when she does run. in terms of her inevitability for the primary, i think she's there. we thought that in 2008 and it didn't work out, but this time i really do think she's inevitable. she's going to be out of politics the next four years, she's going to be speaking in front of adoring crow
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. joining us now is krystal ball, my colleague and co-host of "the cycle" and jonathan alter, columnist with bloomberg view and msnbc political analyst. i want to start if i might, chr krystal, by showing you this article. george w. bush is victim of a rush to judgment. he has a book out in the same name. have we judged him too soon? eight years in the presidency. we knew about his whole life when his father was in power. >> we've had a while to get to know the gentleman and to think about him. in fact, i think some of the bump in the polls that he's experienced recently is a combination of two things. number one, i think his presidency, it's a bit like childbirth. you know, it's awful while you're having it. a while later you kind of forget just how awful it was. >> and you have another child. >> i don't know about that. let's not go that far. >> that's what my wife told me. we have three. what can i tell you. >> i do think we've forgotten a bit. part of that is because we don't feel quite as frightened. we aren't so in the midst of the financial crisis anymore. so it's easier to look
-year-old krystal campbell. campbell worked as a restaurant manager. her family said she was at the marathon to cheer on her friend's husband. they said she loved going to the marathon and went every year. >>> the oakland a's were in boston to play the red sox. but a few players stopped by the hospital to visit a boy from martinez, injured in the bombings. a family friend shared this picture of josh reddick, brandon moss and batting coach ty, special trip to visit 11- year-old aaron hern today. he suffered a serious injury to his thigh. >>> and our coverage of the boston bomb being continues on ktvu.com. you can read the federal charges filed today against the accused bomber, still recovering in the hospital. you'll find it right there on our home page under hot topics. >>> san francisco emergency officials want to har harness the -- harness the power of social media during the next big -- disaster. >> reporter: officials are always reminding people to be prepared for the big one. the way they plan to reach people is a soon-to-be-launched website. here's what it might lo
it wasn't a botched robbery. her parents, barney and krystal walters may speak today. they were behind the authorities where they were too distraught to talk. the 8-year-old died from shock and blood loss from being stabbed so many times. yesterday, the community was on lockdown during a manhunt for the killer. investigators interviewed and searched sex offenders and paroleees in the area. the state department of justice says they will not rest until this case is clod. >> i can say this: it is a sad time in calaveras county. i wanted to share with the citizens of the county and the valley springs area we are doing everything possible to apprehend the person responsible for the murder of this 8-year-old girl. >> yesterday, jenny lind elementary students made cards and hung purple and pink ribbons in memory of the girl known for her bright smile. counselors and therapy dogs were this to help the grief especially her family and her 12-year-old brother who found her stabbed to death. the vigil for leyla is at 7:00 tonight at gin -- jenny lind elementary school. >> we have heat and high win
lost their lives in the attack. in nearby medford, family and friends of 29-year-old krystal campbell gathered for her funeral. we're learning more the 19-year-old accused in the bombings. dzhokhar tsarnaev remains in serious condition at this boston hospital. a federal magistrate judge read tsarnaev his rights at his hospital bedside. because of a gunshot wound to his neck, he cannot speak. he nodded his head for yes, but spoke the word for no when asked if he could afford a lawyer. he is being charged with using a weapon of mass destruction. he was also told he could get the death penalty if convicted. president obama called both the fbi and boston police to praise their coordination. live in boston, adriana diaz. back to you, juliette. >>> and there was a big smile on aaron hern's face today. ty brandon moss and right fi der reddstopped by to see how he was doing. aaron's classmates wanted to make sure he knows they've got his back. they sent him this get well video on youtube. the teacher took the camera room to room, with ki
believes the killer went to the house with the intent to attack legally fowler. barney walters and krystal walters were unable to speak understandably. the eight-year-old died from shock and blood loss from multiple stab wounds. the murder weapon is not found and no sketch is released. yesterday during the manhunt they interviewed and searched sex offenders and paroleees in the area. authorities say they will not rest until they fine the person responsible for her death. >> we received phone calls today from the attorney general and the california department of justice and they infollowed us they would not only expedite the case but the case would be the priority case they would work on in the state of california. >> yesterday at the elementary where she was in 3rd grade they wrote cards and hung ribbons. counselors were on hand to help with the grief felt not only for her but the entire family including her where who found her. a memorial fund has been set up for her with a vigil tonight at 7:00 at jenny lind elementary school. >> this morning at 10:30 san jose police will reveal new deta
dashed. the woman doctors thought was krystal was her good friend karen rand. her family found out when they went to the hospital. >> i know of the implications but -- it's very terrible for the family. >> reporter: both women had gone to the marathon to watch karen's boyfriend cross the finish line. karen was carried krystal's i.d. which led to the mixup. >> it's very easy for a rumor to spread around thinking somebody's a certain name when they're not. on tuesday krystal's mother spoke to reporters about the loss. >> i can't believe this happened. she was such a hard worker at everything she did. this doesn't make any sense. >> reporter: she moved to arlington, massachusetts, two years ago to take care of her ailing grandmother. she worked as a restaurant manager. on her facebook face she listed herself as a fan of the tv show "true blood" and her favorite team the boston red sox. her 30thth birthday. her friend had surgeried on her legs and suffered damage to her ear drums. charlie, norah? >> thank you. the attack happened in a city known for its love of sports
day on so many levels. for some like krystal, it is about opening day. for jokers like amp ri, it is about april fools' day. and for top political operatives, it is about the one-month anniversary of the washington made mess that is the sequester. on the baseball front, there is wide ranging pessimism about my team, the yankees this year. for democrats, there is pessimism about the sequester which has not worked out quite like they said it would. >> i don't think we can maintain the same level of security at all places around the country with sequester as without sequester. >> i'm not here to scare people. i'm here to inform. >> these cuts are wrong. they're not smart. they're not fair. >> the longer these cuts remain in place, the greatter damage to our economy. the slow grind that will intensify with each passing day. >> there will be families in communities that are hurting. this will slow our growth. it will mean lower employment. >> that does not seem to be the message the american public has gotten. a month in, no federal workers have been furloughed. the stock market is
like krystal are laughing. oh, look, a man saying what are emotions? physically in term of the gray matter, what are emotions? how are they processed? what is intelligence? why is that it two people who have the same information come at them going to the same college, taking same classes, but learn to process the information differently and come out one a little more intelligent than the other? if we could understand that, we would learn a lot more. how does the future simulator in the brain work? a lot of time we enter a situation. we can see things, see an environment that we recognize. i'm pretty sure i know what will happen. how does that brain do that? and of course, why do we dream? what is the purpose for the brain in giving us dreams? i think we can learn some things, some important things about what it means to be human. that would help us not only when the brain makes mistakes for people with alzheimer's, these sorts of things. for people well functioning. >> well, in our daily nod to steve kornacki, i recall once discussing with you guys, how much i wanted to live in stev
development. potential bomb threat at the courthouse. what do you think? any connection or as krystal and katy were suggesting, maybe just a copy cat guy looking to get attention. >> you never know, but these are not two dots i would connect. as soon as people say look for suspicious packages, every package is suspicious. i would not connect these in the least. >> not to engage in too much of a semantic debate, but do we call this terrorism, do we know enough to call this an act of terror. what do you make in that conversation? is it an important decision to make? >> i don't think it is that important. the u.s. government will pursue it whether you call it terrorism or a banana. what you have here is innocent individuals being targeted through an improvised explosive device. everyone will be focused on that. for the political discussion, that might be relevant. but from an operational perfective, it doesn't matter p. might affect which part of an organization ensues it. is it domestic or international terrorism. but even that, that is one for after you find the person or people who did this to
clear until after the midterms. >> krystal ball. he's fascinated by all that goes on, so he's watching about the discussion that's going to happen here. what was your reaction to jeb bush's attempt to clarify his position today on immigration? >> well, it's good that he's come back to being in the right place, apparently. i think he really has done himself a disservice when he initially wrote this book about immigration, prior to that, he really was a leader in the republican party on this issue. he was a thought leader. he was out in front in terms of what they should do. then he came out with this book that not only took a step back, but also felt very politically calculated, which is never a good thing. he sort of muddled his own message and messed things up. he no longer holds that plank and he also hasn't appeased the right wing if that was what he was trying to do with the book. >> jeb bush speaks to the world affairs council nonprofit, no word on whether he was paid or not. hillary clinton speaks to the national multihousing council's board. here is what they are. for $200,000.
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encourage him to give it a shot. >> joining me, krystal ball. i saw you in the hallway at the dinner, there were a lot of chuck else. it was revealed by the cracker jack white house team, president obama had a hand in writing all of the jokes. >> i believe it. >> script writers, as well, inherent sense of humor. what struck me the most about the evening, how willing he was to be the butt of his own jokes. we have a little montage. let's play it. >> said i should start with some jokes as my own expense. just take myself down a peg. i was like guys, after four and a half years, how many pegs are there left? these days i look in the mirror and i have to admit i'm not the strapping young muslim socialist i used to be. i know republicans are still sorting out what happened in 2012, but one thing they all agree on is they need to do a better job reaching out to minorities. and call me self centered, i can think of one minority they can start with. hello! >> president obama can laugh at himself. >> he is great at that. that is one of my favorite moments, he was laughing at himself, he was l
as always, our dynamic jobs duo are here to provide expert analysis. >> i'm krystal ball. dramatic new fallout. the athletic director has been forced to throw in the towel. is there president the next to go? >> i'm jonathan capehart in for ari melburn. he is the host for one day and he already gets the day off? >> you're the best temp in the world. in this workplace, no one will run you over with a lawn mower as might happen on madmen which is back on sunday and the best show on tv besides, of course, "the cycle." >> it's time for let's make a deal! >> sadly, there are no costumes in the capital but president obama is doing his best to conjure the great monty hall. with less than a week before he unveil his budget plan, he has selected what is behind the curtain. according to the nbc political team behind the curtain is an additional $1.8 trillion in deficit reduction over ten years. and a reduction of cost of living payments for social security recipients. not exactly a brand new car but it does sound a lot like a hat tip to republican priorities. is this the first step to making
was doing. this is 29-year-old krystal campbell, a graduate student from china. if you read through these pieces, martin richard died at the age of 8 and a 10-year-old in critical condition with severe leg injuries and a 9-year-old girl who lost one of her legs. three people died but there are a lot of people whose lives and family lives who have been altered forever. >> why don't we go to mike barnicle before we do more on the investigation and get a sense of where boston is right now. me mike, you've been talking to people literally since this tragedy struck. i know a news conference yesterday with the mayor and a lot of boston's best coming together to put together funds for the families of the injured and the killed and the city is coming together as best it can. >> it is, mika. last evening, there was a memorial service, a neighborhood memorial service in the dorchester section of boston for martin richard and his family, but specifically for young martin, wi8 years old who was killed in the blast. a few people showed up at a playground a few blocks from the richard home. a bea
hurt. from the families of the victims. from martin's family and krystal's family and lindsay's fam dispam the officer. for all 180 who suffered. as i said for his own sake. >> remember the uncle called his nephews loserce and angrily demanded that the younger son turn himself in. he claim that would his older nephew was set against him. the young man called him in 2009 to say he chose god's business over school or work. that the last time they ever spoke to each other. the f.b.i. reports that they investigated his report to groups and eventually released him. the f.b.i. releasing a strong statement. >> in 2011, the russian government asked the f.b.i. to investigate the brother because he was a follower of radical islam and a strong believer and changed to leave to the united states to join unspecified under ground groups. the f.b.i. found no evidence of terrorist activity. that is creating unease at the bureau. >> there is a lot of pal paitations in the f.b.i. about what they saw when they looked at this and what did they miss. that will be scutinized. >> tonight fox news is told t
their lives in the attack. in nearby meord, family and friends of 29-year-old krystal campbell gathered for her funeral. we're also learning more about the 19-year-old accused in the bombings. dzhokhar tsarnaev remains in serious condition at this boston hospital. a federal magistrate judge read tsarnaev his rights at his hospital bedside. because of a gunshot wound to his neck, he cannot speak. he nodded his head for yes, but spoke the word for no when asked if he could afford a lawyer. he is being charged with using a weapon of mass destruction. he was also told he could get the death penalty if convicted. president obama called both the fbi and boston police to praise their coordination. live in boston, adriana diaz. back to you, juliette. >>> and there was a big smile on aaron hern's face today. ty waller, first baseman brandon moss and right fielder josh reddick stopped by to see how he was doing. aaron's classmates wanted to make sure he knows they've got his back. they sent him this get well video on youtube. the teacher took the camera room to room, with kids offering signs of e
. >> reporter: her granddaughter, krystal campbell, was killed in the marathon bombings. she lived here for two years, s,king care of her 79-year-old grandmother who is on a respirator. >> thank you. k> reporter: family members have come from far and wide for her l.neral. >> a grandmother is not supposed to bury their young children. i shouldn't be going to her wake. she should be coming to mine. >> reporter: the youngest victim was eight-year-old martin richard, remembered by members of his soccer team as cheerful and fun-loving. >> i used to play football with ndm, and he used to always bring the funniness to the game. >> reporter: his alleged killer now in custody, richard's father released a statement: and law enforcement lost one of its own. 26-year-old sean collier, an m.i.t. police officer, was shot to death thursday night as the suspects made a run for it. somerville deputy police chief paul upton was his former boss. >> it's not how these officers died that made them heroes; it's how they lived. sean lived to be a good police officer. that was his goal in life, yhat's what he wanted to
at work bringing you all the action. >> i'm krystal ball. we are getting details on budge straight from the source. >> i'm toure. we talk about immigration, and few better are better informed than we are. he is we have details and victoria in the guest box. >>> ari melber refused to focus on the future. so we are living the po'80s tod on "the cycle."
murderers in the world. krystal ball, people are wondering what is it that's coming, is it a stunt for the media. i think we saw the kind of import they have. >> that's absolutely right. could you have more powerful spokespeople, and these are not politicians, these are not activists, these are people whose lives have been changed and who think that they can take that and use it to make a change in the country for the better. i don't know how you cannot be impacted by that. when you look at the full array of forces that are pushing for change, you have gabrielle giffords and mark kelly, joe biden that speaks to that personally, and the president himself, not just paying lip service but really getting into the debate, giving it everything he has, and now the first lady as well. it's quite an array of powerful forces there. >> richard wolf, joe manchin, as conservative a democrat as we have in the senate, from a state where talking anything about gun legislation is very politically dangerous, there he is going out there, trying to find a compromise. >> let's remember, this is a guy i
. the growth is not expensive in outyears in krystal clear balance sheets. still the lemmings hate to see the profit taken away. so they will follow others blindly off the cliff. how about at&t, holy cow! no real revenue growth, tapering off of the monster buybacks. not enough new cellphone subscribers, when you consider the competition verizon and a real nasty wire line growth, for which a lack of small business is cited as the culprit, of course, hmm, leaves me to question did the small businesses of verizon territory simply have a more robust time of things? maybe the weather was better. so because of at&t's week, did they downgrade the stock? now, here's some real lemming behavior, when verizon reported that big bangup number, it was clear being business is coming out to a high, nobody but my colleague catch get they use it as an excuse to sell -- verizon! no winners in that group today. it's kind of funky when you think about it. it's traik take a step back, should i say at&t did post-pay examiners? sorry, sorry, oh, do you mind if some century link lemings took the plunge, too? okay
with dignity and respect. offensive language and ethnic slurs have no place in our public discourse. krystal ball, you would think it doesn't have a place, except for this crazy congressman. >> you shake your head and think i can't believe this person was elected to start with and has been reelected time after time. when you take a step back, it illustrates a couple things. number one, illustrates the problem that the leadership of the party has, just getting the flock in line to not use offensive language. they had to have intervention sessions to talk about how to speak about women and minorities, obviously it didn't totally break through. that's one of the things. the other thing it illustrates is the problem that republicans are nervous about for 2014 because this is the type of person who can emerge from a republican primary, where the far right, where the tea party still holds a lot of sway. when we get details about immigration reform, they are not going to be satisfactory to a significant part of the republican base. they're afraid more don youngs will come out of the wood work in pr
about toviaz. >>> i'm krystal ball. in the cycle this thursday, as he political 49er. president obama finds gold. >> nine newtown families. many speaking out for the first time. the east coast editor is here to talk about how they're moving on in their own words. >> wall street is moving back toward record territory this afternoon. in the guest spot, a white house budget guru who
." martin bashir, it's all yours. >>> thanks so much, krystal. good afternoon, it's thursday april the 4th. those who don't learn from history are doomed to repeat it. >> it's clear the american people want change. just one problem, republicans don't. >> you've been hearing that somehow somebody's taking away your guns, get the facts. >> in connecticut the statehouse followed the senate in passing what is being called the nation's toughest gun laws. >> we're not proprosing a gun legislation system. we're proposing background checks for criminals. >> looks like the senate is going to vote on that coming up maybe this week. >> this is what americans want. yet republicans refuse to compromise. >> think about it. how often do 90% of americans afr agree on anything? >> parties that ignore what 90% of the american public think lose elections. >> we're losing! >> it's going to be "morning joe" versus "colbert report." >> oh. oh. it is on. ♪ you don't understand my point of view ♪ ♪ i suppose there's nothing i can do ♪ >>> it is a very busy thursday and we're following developing stories o
at their jobs. more evidence that virginia screwed up when they did not elect krystal ball to congress. joining us now, one of the people behind that exhaustive research, political scientist who has work, when are women more effective lawmakers than men. welcome, craig. >> thanks for having me on the show. >> i like your polarized party differences hypothesis. you're saying when the parties are more polarized, both majority and minority party women will be more effective than males. in the situation that we're in now, when there is more polarization between the parties, minority party women are more effective and majority party women are not any more effective. explain the hypothesis and why it is so. >> let me give you a little background. we check any bill that any member of the house of representatives sponsored from 1973 to the prep. 140,000 bills. and we weighted them in terms of how important they were. reform on social security being more weighty than renaming the post office. we gave every member a score. we anlized the scores and we found the obvious things. it helps to be in the major
'm krystal ball. inside the city at the heart of the manhattan project. and i'm not talking about toure's friday nights out on the town. >> what a song to begin the show with. today's example of why there is a growing push for gun control come from north carolina. the university was on lockdown for two and a half hours after professors reported a man with a rifle on campus. thankfully, it was a false alarm. but it highlights the serious response when this type of credible report comes in. the issue of gun control will again document flate the capitol next week. two votes are set to expand background checks. the first comes tuesday, mostly procedural. the next one is thursday on the bill itself. some states are taking action like mississippi, michigan and idaho which have loosened gun laws while others like connecticut, new york and colorado are strengthening them. delaware is trying to get something done. one republican is merging his proposal for tougher penalties on repeat offenders with a similar one present by state attorney general bo biden. he is now in "the cycle" with us. welcom
all right. i'm krystal ball and i've got some sports stuff to say. manchin/toomey fielding questions on their gun deal. gabby giffords will try to close it out this week but no question is going to be a nail biter. the steal is far from a home run. it would have made more sense if thing had worked out in the beginning. >> it is teleprommer day on "the cycle." we'll be calling common things you hear about taxes. wait. it is tax day. >> yes, it is. i'm s.e. cupp. the deadly catch. join us right here onset. i can't wait. we're swinging for the fences or something here in "the cycle." >> as you heard, the tide is turning. we will learn the details on the senate's gang of 8 plan for immigration reform. a major change for the party who last summer, the plan included deportation. now, 76% of americans favor an eventual pathway to citizenship if they pay back taxes, fines and pass a background check. that includes 73% of republicans. the gang of eight is still debating the final language of the 100 paid proposal. it is expected to be the most comprehensive plan in three decades. it
. martin richard, 8 years old, who had watched his father finish the race, and krystale hospita many of those injuries are critical, and many of the injuries also involve amputations and this will be going on for quite some time. tending to those injuries, tending to the damage, finding out what happened and why. bill and maria? >> all right, scott. >> thank you, scott. >> scott cohn there in boston. >>> well, stocks are staging a comeback today after that huge decline yesterday. bob pisani, is this a bounce of some kind or are we going to turn around? >> i think a lot of it has to do with the better economic data we had this morning. i think that helped things a lot. take a look at the s&p. what a turnaround. we had the worst day of the year on the s&p yesterday. today, we're having the third or fourth best. we've recovered half of our losses. look at the sectors, 4 to 1, advancing to declining stocks. and when you have consumer staples doing as well as materials, that's what i mean when you have a broad market advance overall. a lot of those commodity stocks and stocks that got kil
the circumstances could have been better. >> yeah, me too. >>> up next, krystal calls for courage from congress. e set! ah beautiful. work the camera... work it...work it! those hands. oooh la la! magnifique! what's your secret? what? huh? dawn? how can this be? [ female announcer ] dawn hand renewal with olay beauty helps lock in skin's natural moisture to improve the look and feel of hands in 5 uses. [ sponge ] gotta hand it to your beautiful hands, huh? [ female announcer ] love it, or get double your money back. dawn does more. [ sponge ] so it's not a chore. arrival. with hertz gold plus rewards, you skip the counters, the lines, and the paperwork. zap. it's our fastest and easiest way to get you into your car. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the speed of hertz. plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day women's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for women's health concerns as we age. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. >>> yesterday, the senate exposed itself as a sham and as a dino, democracy in name only, when it voted down background checks that would mak
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